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"The Most Powerful Lobby" and "How Congress Works" are must reads for those who are interested in seeing deeper into the process.  The Account of Professor Campbell's case illustrates the inadequacy of our legal system.  If you need convincing, the read American Justice, which is constructed out of published cases, cases which proves that justice is a fašade. 

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 A).  American Justice, since 1976 the Supreme Court has dismantled the principle of jurisprudence found in our Bill of Rights.  Using the Court’s published rulings the faced of justice is exposed.  (1-12)

 B).  The Most Powerful Lobby, an account of the functions of the American Round Table, a group of leading members from the business world who sit and advise government.  (104-1)

 C).  How Congress Works, an account, using examples, that exposes the worsening malfeasance of Congress. (104-2)

 D).  There Are No Free Lunches:  the Role of the Stock Market, an account of its true costs and exposes the myth that it is needed.  (2-18) 

 E),  The War On Drugs:  Costs, a concise listing of the pernicious effects of the war on drugs.  (27-9)

 F).  Einstein Defends Socialism, his essay in defense of socialism.  (23-15)

 G).  American Justice (poem), a concise, lyrical statement of what is wrong, including the lack of social justice.  (2-8)

 H).  Jeremy Bentham:  His Life and Impact, an account of the person who most effected the course of political, social, and legal thinking and actions of Western Civilization.  (3-4)

 I).  Utilitarian Ethics:  An Introductory Explanation, the ethical system used by Bentham and followers to measure the performance of government (and also personal actions).  (3-13)

 J).  Monopoly Capital, a condensation of the classic work on economics.  Essential for understanding the inherent contradictions within the free-market system.  (23-13)

 K).  Economic Stats, Oil stats, Causes for a Recession, a collection of essential information on the economy.  (23-16)


To understand developments in our political system (both parties) one must understand the role of neoliberalism.  Any analysis which misses this connection is grossly inadequate.  (Neocons follow neoliberalism economic policies). 


We have an evil, evil system. Words such as imperialism, greed, corporate greed, neoliberalism, neoconservate, globalism, bought politicians, control of media are descriptive.   There are reasons why the labor movement has collapsed. Neoliberalism is a return to the era of the robber barons.  Productivity has risen over 40% since 1970, yet the share by all but the top 5% has shrunk.  Neoliberalism (through big business, financial institutions, and the WTO) is the dominate political force.  They have their own interest, not ours. 



Things have gotten worse, the hole the neocons has dug is much deeper.  The economic stats are worse than bad:  the trend is toward greater disparity of wealth and on top of that the U.S. is loaded with debt and imbalance of trade.  The debt can through fiscal austerity can be paid off (as some of it was under Clinton), but the trade imbalance will only grow due to the dismantling of are industrial base and the setting up of free trade agreements such as NAFTA.   The current foreign debt is equaled to over 70% of GDP, a ratio unmatched, by far,  among industrialized nations.  To find out what economics is called the dismal science and the role of neoliberalism.